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>> there are criminal aliens in this country, tim, who have come into this country illegally, who are perpetrating violence and taking -- >> do you want to take the tar brush to mexicans on that? >> he said many of them are good people. you keep leaving that out of your quote. there is a choice here, and it is a choice on life. i couldn't be more proud to be standing with donald trump, who is standing for the right to life. it's a principle that senator kaine, this because i really do respect you, it's a principle that you embrace, and i have appreciated the fact that you've supported the hyde amendment which bans the use of taxpayer funding for abortion in the past. that's not hillary clinton's view. people need to understand, we can come together as a nation, create a culture of life. more and more young people today are embracing life because we know we're better for it.
said -- >> this is important. >> let's go welcome the children into our world. >> let -- >> there are so many families around the country who can't have children. >> governor -- >> if we can approve the options -- >> governor, why can't you trust women to make the choices for themselves? we can encourage people to support life, but why don't you trust women? why doesn't donald trump trust women to make this choice for that's what we ought to be doing in public life, living our lives of faith or motivation with enthusiasm and excitement, convincing each other, dialoguing with each other about important moral issues of the day. but on fundamental issues of morality, we should let women make their own decisions. >> because a society can be judged by how it deals with its most vulnerable. the aged, the infirm, the disabled, and the unborn. i believe it with all my heart. and i couldn't be more proud to be standing with a pro-life candidate in donald trump.
for you both tonight. it has been a divisive campaign. senator kaine, if your ticket wins, what specifically are you going to do to unify the country and reassure the people who voted against you? >> that's a really important one. that may be the $64,000 question, because it has been a divisive campaign. and again, hillary is running a campaign about stronger together. and donald trump, and this is not directed at this man, except to the extent that he can't defend trump has run a campaign that's been about one insult after the next. we do have to bring the country together. so here's what we'll do. hillary clinton was first lady, then senator for eight years, then secretary of state. and i serve in the senate. and i'm really amazed, elaine, as i talk to republican senators, how well they regard and respect hillary clinton. she was on the armed services committee. she was on other committees. she worked across the aisle when she was first lady to get the
million low income kids have health insurance in this country, including in indiana. she worked across the aisle in 9/11 to get health benefits for the first responders who bravely went into the towers and the pentagon. she worked to get tricare benefits for national guard members, includinghoosiers and virginians. i was a governor of virginia in the senate i have good working relationships across the aisle. because i think it's fine to be a democrat or republican or independent. but after election day, the goal is work together. and hillary clinton has a track record of accomplishment across the aisle that will enable her to do just that when we work with the new congress in january. >> governor, how will you unify the country if you win? >> thank you, elaine, and thanks for a great discussion. >> absolutely. >> tonight. thank you, senator.
we can -- american's place in the world, the leadership of barack obama and hillary clinton on the world stage has been followed by an economy that is truly struggling, stifled by an avalanche of more taxes, more regulation, obamacare, the war on coal, and the kind of trade deals that have put american workers in the back seat. i think the best way that we can bring people together is change in washington, dc. you know, i served in washington, dc for 12 years, in the congress of the united states. and i served with many republicans and democrats, men and women of goodwill. the potential is there to really change the direction of this country. but it's going to take leadership to do it. the american people want to see our nation standing tall on the world stage again. they want to see us supporting our military, rebuilding our military, commanding the respect
and they want to see the american economy off to the races again. they want to see an american come back. donald trump's entire career has been about building. it's going through hardship just like a businessperson does, and finding a way through smarts and ingenuity and resilience to fight forward. when donald trump becomes president of the united states, we're going to have a stronger america. when you hear him say he wants to make america great again, when we do that, i truly do be going to be standing taller. they're going to see that real change can happen after decades of just talking about it. and when that happens, the american people are going to stand tall, stand together, and we'll have the kind of unity that's been missing for way too long. >> all right, gentlemen. thank you so much. this concludes the vice presidential debate. my thanks to the candidates, the commission, and to you for watching. please tune in this sunday for the second presidential debate at washington university in st.
october 19th at the university of nevada, las vegas. from farmville, virginia, i'm elaine quijano of cbs news. good night. [ applause ] >> the republican and democratic nominees to be vice president of the united states, and a debate which stands in stark contrast to what we saw last week before the republican and democratic standard bearers' aggressive interruptions to begin tonight. donald trump -- i should say, mike pence's attacks on the clinton leadership and trustworthiness issues, tim kaine demanding that mike pence defend donald trump's position throughout.
by pence to turn around the recent slide in the polls and reset the deck for donald trump, providing a roadmap for future debates between donald trump and hillary clinton. the question is, did it succeed tonight? kellyanne conway, donald trump's spokesperson, stepping into this room behind us this evening, as the debate itself was wrapping up, just moments ago. donald trump live tweeting throughout. and the analysis will come next. but one thing is for certain. there was no late evening fade. ther positions of the day. and certainly no move away from strategy on either man's part. we'll talk about all of that as fox broadcasting network's coverage continues right after this. ? ? ? i'll never go down your road ?
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the aftermath of the first and only vice presidential debate of the 2016 season. there were goals tonight for each campaign. for trump/pence, the goal was to get tim kaine to come forward and represent hillary clinton, though they disagree with each other on some issues. and for tim kaine, the idea was to attach pence to donald trump's defend it. did either side succeed and could this vice presidential debate reset the stage for what's to come? there's an analysis now on fox news channel, on satellite and cable. the next debate is between the candidates themselves, that's this sunday, washington university in st. louis. we'll be there. i'm shepard smith, fox news, farmville, virginia.
we start with breaking news... a woman is dead after being shot by a man in a neighborhood. i'm christine maddela. i'm john huck. police say the armed man barricaded himself in a backyard. fox five's cyndi lundeberg is at the scene at lake mead and rampart with more on what happened. yes i spoke to a man named el conde ruiz he says he was coming home when he saw police activity and a woman lying lifeless in the street. metro police tell us the woman was shot around 445... then the suspected shooter ran and began hopping fences going through people's backyards.
refusing to cooperate with police. crisis negotiators say the suspect is suicidal and they are trying to get him out without any more injuries. getting back to the neighbor el conde ruiz he just moved here today from texas... he says he lives three doors down from where the first shooting happenned. and while some people have been evacuated his nephew is still in the home. closed captioning will resume shortly "i called nephew police dead person in street sure enough pso never moved. looked like person with shorts have it on video." metro police are not saying whether or not this was a domestic violence situation and did not release any other information about the suspect. but we can tell you right now he is armed and in someone's backyard. we'll be out here all night bringing you details as we get them. it was the vice presidential nominees turn to be in the spotlight... with the first and only v-p debate tonight. democratic virginia senator tim kaine went head to head with
closed will resume shortly (gov. mike pence/(r) vice presidential nominee) "he says ours is an insult-driven campaign? did you all just hear that? ours is an insult- driven campaign? i mean, to be honest with you, if donald trump had said all the things that you said he said, in the way you said he said them, he still wouldn't have a fraction of the insults that hillary clinton leveled when she said that half of our supporters were a basket of
closed captioning will resume shortly half of our supporters were a basket of deplorables. " closed captioning will resume shortly will resume shortly "hillary clinton said something on the campaign trail and the very next day she said you know what i should've said that. look for donald trump apologizing to john mccain for saying he wasn't a hero to donald trump apologize for calling women slams pigs dogs disgusting she has two minutes send the donald trump apologize for
somebody in a twitter weren't making fun of her weight did he apologize for saying after americans are living in hell and he apologize for saying president obama was not even a citizen of united states it will look in vane to see donald trump ever taking responsibility and apologizing." closed captioning will resume shortly will resume shortly closed captioning
the first presidential debate attracted a record audience. more than 80 see donald trump and hillary clinton go head to head. tonight -- voters headed out to watch parties to hear from the vice presidential nominees. both camps held several watch parties throughout the valley. fox five's miguel martinez-valle went to two of them. he's live at pearson community center near carey and m- l-k... where a watch party just ended up. closed captioning
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we stay in the low 80s through the workweek with 82- 83 degrees expected in the afternoons through friday. light north breezes to 15 mph get here on thursday into friday. we'll warm up for the weekend with 87 saturday, 88 sunday. a few clouds move in for the weekend with slight chances of showers arriving on monday and tuesday. highs stay in the mid 80s into the early portion of next week.
closed captioning will resume shortly thank you for joining us. thanks for joining thanks for joining us.. i'm one of the lucky ones. i had breast cancer, but they caught it in time. there are many women who depend on planned parenthood for that kind of screening and care. so i'll never understand politicians like congressman heck, who tried to defund planned parenthood. he was even willing to shut down the government over it. heck was opposed to roe v. wade and tried to criminalize abortion.
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